Betty's third apperance (1930). She has became alot slimmer and her skin seem's to be shaded. still doing the obvious Helen Kane impersonation. her voice is provided by Margie Hines. Betty she wakes up to scary noises in a old dark house.
Run time 6 minutes 10 secondsProducer Fleischer StudiosAudio/Visual sound
Victor Von Psychotron
April 28, 2015
Who needs drugs when you have this?
This is the strangest cartoon I've downloaded or viewed on the archive so far. It gets stranger with each scene and eventually drops into a 1930 opium dream. Four stars for the bizarre nature of it.
November 24, 2010
This is 100 times Better than Barnacle Bill, and that is my opinion. Bimbo has first billing in the opening credits, despite that the script treats Betty as the star.
Mae Questel is frequently credited as the actual singer in this,But if Mae was doing voice work for the Fleischers before 1931, she wouldn't as yet have been the sole Kane impersonator voicing Betty. The actual person who is providing the voice for Betty is Margie Hines who seems to not get much Credit. Betty's almost fully formed after just two cartoons, in cartoons to follow she will laps into other aspects.